adidas X Football Boots
Similar to the Nike Mercurial Line, adidas X boots are built to increase a players speed, allowing you to perform technical skills at pace. The top tier model is the 16+ PureChaos and has a unique lace cover which provides a better touch on the ball and a larger strike zone.
This boot is a replacement for the old Nitro Charge 1.0 and F50 Adizero, so expect a lot of great benefits from this eye-catching boot.
The X football boot range has heaps of innovative technology to help improve a players performance on the field. The Techfit sock provides better stability and a snug fit while the stud pattern provides incredible grip with an aggressive stud configuration.
A extra thin upper and the tunnel system X-CLAW technology ensure the X football boots remain super light, which is essential for a speed boot.
No matter what level of football you play at, the X range has a boot to suit your requirements and budget. So if you want a boot to improve your control at high speed, then why not try one of the X silos.
“The X 16+ PureChaos is designed to let me play at my best and keep my game fast. They feel so light but give me the support I need to beat defenders and do what i need to win any game”
Adidas X Collection Tier Breakdown
adidas X 16+ PureChaosadidas X 16+ PureChoas. Stacked with innovative technology and a hefty price tag to match, this boot is for the elite player. This is the only boot in the X collection with the lace cover, which provides a better striking zone. This season you will see James Rodríguez, Gabriel Jesus and Diego Costa all wearing the PureChaos.
adidas X 16.1
If the price tag on the PureChaos may seem a little over your budget, or you prefer the exposed laces look, then and X 16.1 may be more your style. This boot has the same heel counter, Techfit Collar and 16+ Soleplate as the PureChaos, which the main difference being the lace cover. The X 16.1 is available with a soft ground and firm ground soleplate.
This boot worn by many world class players including Gareth Bale, Luis Suárez and Karim Benzema.
adidas X 16.1 Leather
For the players who prefer a more classic look and feel, the X 16.1 is also available in a premium leather option. This option has the same technology as the X 16.1 however the upper is Premium K-leather, which adds more comfort and a better fit. Players wearing this classic leather version include Alvaro Morata, David De Gea, Fernando Torres and Arjen Robben.
adidas X 16.2
As we move into the mid-tier boot in the X collection the technology and price both decrease. Unlike the top tier PureChaos and X 16.1, this boot does not have the proctive heel counter, which is important for support the vulnerable heel area. This option is only available with a firm ground soleplate.
adidas X 16.3
The X 16.3 is a great option for amateur players who want to look and style of the top tier X football boots. The only difference between the X 16.2 and X 16.3 is the one piece upper on the higher tier option. If you are on a budget, then the X 16.3 is worth trying, it has the same stud configuration as the PureChaos, 16.1, 16.1 leather and the 16.2, so expect great speed benefits on the pitch.
adidas X 16.4
A valiant effort at an entry level boot, the X 16.4 has similar style comparisons to the top tier options. However, with no lace cover, heel counter, X16 Stud configuration or Techfit Collar the technology is lacking on this boot. That said, it is a good option for anyone starting out and on a budget.
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This is our chosen line up of players who are currently wearing adidas X football boots. Have we missed anyone? Drop a message in the comments below of your favourite X players.